Faulty New Car Under Warranty

Faulty New Car Under Warranty

Faulty new car under warranty could be a lemon. So if you have a faulty new car under warranty, contact us for a free consultation and free case evaluation today. There are some very important things to consider to see how strong your legal case might be and if you may be entitled to monetary compensation.

Faulty new car under warranty may qualify under the lemon law. The manufacturer must have had a reasonable number of attempts to repair or replace the vehicle. However, if unable to repair or replace the vehicle within a reasonable number of repair visits or days, then the consumer may be entitled to lemon law buyback compensation.

Deciding what step to take next can seem confusing. However, you should know that we charge zero fees unless our client wins. So it is extremely affordable to hire an attorney to help you. In addition, you may be entitled to a lot of money through a lemon law buyback settlement reimbursement.

Faulty New Car

Do you have your vehicle contract or lease agreement? That would be a good starting point. It allows us to determine the number of payments you have made, whether you had a trade-in vehicle, and other helpful information.

Also, we need to see your vehicle repair invoices and work orders. These receipts of your repairs have a lot of useful notes and information about the problems your car had and the repairs conducted on the vehicle.

Immediate personal attention is available for you 24/7 day or night. If you have a legal question about your faulty new car having problems while under warranty, call us for a free consult. (800) 400-5050.